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What's in April-June 2017?

Celebrating the Canon EOS system is what we do best, so on the 30th anniversary of the launch of original camera – the EOS 650 – this issue is no exception. James Mann's striking cover shot with its linear perspective is taken from our main feature on photographing cars with your EOS. Plus you can see how to give your camera a pre-flight check before setting out for your day of photography, how to get your exposures right and why the EF 100-400mm f4.5-5.6 L IS II USM lens has become such a firm favourite.

EOS magazine cover April-June 2017
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Exposure solutions

Most of the time your EOS camera will automatically shoot correctly-exposed images, but occasionally it may need a litlle help. Learn how to understand where and when problems occur and how to correct them.
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item8Street portraits – the EOS project

Crash Taylor's 'Strangers of Nottingham' project shows the diversity of the city centre and its inhabitants, plus will give you ideas and tips for your own street portraiture.

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Redamarylisshutterstock253833175Interval timing

If you want to shoot photographs at intervals to produce time-lapse sequences you might need the Canon Timer Remote Controller. However, some of the latest EOS cameras have an interval timer built-in. We take a look at both options and show you how to get great results.

EOS Utility is an application whcih offers a wide range of useful features – we explore some of the options.

IMG5132ISOFlash or no flash?

With high ISO values giving ever better results, do you really need to use flash? We compare results between shots taken with flash and those with just ambient light at higher ISO settings in different scenarios and report on the results.

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